The first thing you will need is an experienced immigration attorney to help you through the process. Getting an attorney quickly in place can sometimes mean the difference between receiving a removal order and an orderly process eventually leading to permanent resident status.
Attorneys at our firm provide comprehensive representation before the Executive Office for Immigration Review (immigration courts), the Board of Immigration Appeals, and federal district courts, including the 3rd and 6th circuits.
At Landau, Hess, Simon, Choi & Doebley, we offer attorneys who have expertise in all matters that commonly arise in removal proceedings, including:
To schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys to discuss your removal/deportation case, please complete a consultation request here.
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